The Railway Hotel, Fordingbridge; departing now on a journey back to 1890.

Originally opened in the 1860’s by Eldridge Pope, a Dorchester Brewer, it served Fordingbridge Railway Station, one of the stops on the newly built Salisbury and Dorset Railway. It had seven rooms to rent and a livery stable.

The line was closed in 1964, and the Railway Hotel became The Load of Hay for a time, then was named after a local artist, Augustus John.

It is now planned to restore the Railway Hotel to its original elegant form. It will have seven spacious and luxury en-suite rooms, around a magnificent courtyard in what were the livery stables.

If you would like to be kept in touch and up to date with the progress of our journey please email us at info@railwayhotelfordingbridge.com, or if you prefer to use the contact form below. Don’t forget you can also join us on Facebook and Instagram.

All aboard to the Railway Hotel

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